Scott Center at Holy Trinity Features Encore! Tonight
By Space Coast Daily // September 10, 2013
concert SET FOR SATURDAY
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Scott Center at Holy Trinity will launch their 2013/14 season with Encore! on Saturday, Sept. 14, featuring a concert filled with your favorite orchestral showpieces.
The spectacular works includes Tchaikovsky’s Marche Slave, Strauss’s Blue Danube Waltz, Rossini’s brilliant William Tell Overture, Mozart’s Overture to the Marriage of Figaro – as well as over-the-top pieces like Offenbach’s boisterous Orpheus in the Underworld (Can-Can), Copland’s Hoe Down, and many more!
Isaac Moorman, an 11-year-old virtuoso pianist, will join the Space Coast Symphony to perform Kabalevksy’s Piano Concerto No. 3. The lively concerto has a succession of great tunes, clever and colorful orchestration and pianistic figuration which makes it a sure-fire crowd pleaser.
Moorman was born in Malaysia and raised the U.S. He began playing the piano at age 4, and is now a fifth grader at Spessard Holland Elementary in Satellite Beach, Florida.
At age 6, Moorman earned second place at the Sonatina-Sonata Competition at St. Petersburg College, and at age 9, he earned Honorable Mention at Young Artist Competition, Space Coast Pops. Moorman also participated in the Washington International Piano Festival in Washington D.C. and was chosen to perform at the Kennedy Center through audition during the festival.
Moorman earned Distinction with Excellence at age 10 in both Theory and Practical exams for Carnegie Hall Achievement Program through the Royal Conservatory Music School . He also plays chamber music with the Winter Park Chamber Music Academy and Brevard Chamber Music Seminar. In the summer of 2012, he performed at a benefit concert at the University of Science in Penang, Malaysia.
Moorman’s current teacher is Ann Louise Turgeon of Lake Worth. His hobbies include playing cello, chess, math, video games and reading adventure books.
For more tickets and information call 855-252-7276 or CLICK HERE.